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Canada's Pat Simmons shouts down the ice during the world men's curling championship against China in Halifax on Sunday, March 29, 2015. Canada defeated China 7-4. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ho-Michael Burns

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Canada's Pat Simmons shouts down the ice during the world men's curling championship against China in Halifax on Sunday, March 29, 2015. Canada defeated China 7-4. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ho-Michael Burns

Canada beats China and Sweden to move to 3-0 at world men's curling championship

HALIFAX - Pat Simmons has been in fine form since replacing John Morris as skip earlier this month.

Simmons guided the Canadian team to victory at the Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary and has picked up where he left off at the Ford world men's curling championship. The host rink opened ...

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